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post #6121 of 16125
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Originally Posted by Knisse View Post
Hi

Anyone that have experience with Charles Tyrwhitt sizing? - i am looking at their Chukka model, but other models would be helpful as well.

The reason i am asking is because i have found a pair of UK7 (US8) which has a outta sole measurement of 28cm - which is the same as my shoes, but that is kind of strange since i am a US7.

So, does Tyrwhitt run small?

It depends on the model - they use different manufacturers (the better one's are generally Loake or occasionally Barker). If it's the Loake Kempton clone they're pretty generous.
post #6122 of 16125
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
It depends on the model - they use different manufacturers (the better one's are generally Loake or occasionally Barker). If it's the Loake Kempton clone they're pretty generous.



This pair here look very similar. They look quite similar to the Kempton.

Could i get to elaborate on "generous" that can kind of go both ways
post #6123 of 16125
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Originally Posted by linkinwayne View Post
Don't wear a suit with fucking sneakers

Indeed, this may be the problem. So, what type of shoe would you wear with a casual (cotton, unstructured) suit to dress it down a bit?
post #6124 of 16125
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Originally Posted by 16simon View Post
Indeed, this may be the problem. So, what type of shoe would you wear with a casual (cotton, unstructured) suit to dress it down a bit?

Brogue oxfords or any kind or blucher would work well.
post #6125 of 16125
Anyone know what kind of jacket this is called?



post #6126 of 16125
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Originally Posted by commodorewheeler View Post
Brogue oxfords or any kind or blucher would work well.

+1, brogues are my usual go-to option to dress down suits
post #6127 of 16125
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Originally Posted by A.Max View Post
I have been lurking the forum for a bit, but now I finally have a questions that needs answering. I'm looking for something similar to the Clarks Desert Boot but without such a pronounced heel. I've come across the Dorsey boot from Fred Perry but the logo being on the side turned me off. Any help would be greatly appreciated--thanks!

Opening Ceremony fits the bill, please note on this site that the VAT is included and if you are in the US the price is -20% and there is a 15% off on shoes sale going on right now
post #6128 of 16125
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Originally Posted by cakeisnice View Post
Hi. I'm in Korea. All the shirts here are super-short. I'm wondering if this size is too short for me? Kind of feels like it, but if I go up one size, the sleeves are way too long. Opinions?



Thanks!

definitely. it makes your leg long as hell.
that's what tailors are for.
post #6129 of 16125
I saw a negative comment about RLX on the other forum. What is RLX's reputation here on SF?
post #6130 of 16125
^best user name in a minute
post #6131 of 16125
Bought a green batiste BoO shirt off eBay recently. Fits awesome, but comes with black PLASTIC buttons. Is this legit? I thought BoO shirts all had mother-of-pearl buttons...
post #6132 of 16125
Some of their shirts had black buttons, but I'm pretty sure they weren't plastic. Horn maybe?
post #6133 of 16125
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Does anyone know much about Rick Owens DRKSHDW T-Shirt sizing? I'm about 6'2, 155lb. Generally wear a medium or a 48, but was wondering if I'd be able to fit a small in the t-shirts. Thanks in advance.

Anyone have experience with this?
post #6134 of 16125
Where to find this or very similar to it casual jacket?

post #6135 of 16125
what is the quallity of blanc & noir boots?
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